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Overview

Now in its fourth edition, Writing Academic English, by Alice Oshima and Ann Hogue, is the essential writing text to prepare high-intermediate and advanced college or college-bound English language learners for academic success.

 

Features

  • A step-by-step approach guides students through the process of writing paragraphs and essays.
  • Clear models and varied practice help students to develop confidence and a mature writing style.
  • Examples with academic content prime students for college work.
  • Appendices offer easy reference for key writing, grammar, and research information.

 

New to the Fourth Edition

  • A chapter dedicated to each pattern of essay organization
  • A chapter on argumentation and using material from outside sources
  • Thought-provoking readings from authentic sources
  • An expanded chapter on summary and paraphrase
  • Instruction in the basics of research and documentation

 

The Longman Academic Writing series also includes , Second Edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780201514094
  • Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 12/28/1990
  • Series: The Longman Academic Writing Ser.
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 274
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

PART I:WRITING A PARAGRAPH

 

Chapter 1: Paragraph Structure

The Three Parts of a Paragraph

The Topic Sentence

Position of Topic Sentences

The Two Parts of a Topic Sentence

Supporting Sentences

The Concluding Sentence

Review

Writing Practice

 

Chapter 2: Unity and Coherence

Unity

Coherence

Repetition of Key Nouns

Key Noun Substitutes

Consistent Pronouns

Transition Signals

Logical Order

Review

Writing Practice

 

Chapter 3: Supporting Details: Facts, Quotations, and Statistics

Facts versus Opinions

Using Outside Sources

Plagiarism

Citing Sources

Quotations

Direct Quotations

Reporting Verbs and Phrases

Punctuating Direct Quotations

Indirect Quotations

Writing Practice

Statistics

Writing Practice

Review

 

PART II:WRITING AN ESSAY

 

Chapter 4: From Paragraph to Essay

The Three Parts of an Essay

The Introductory Paragraph

Funnel Introduction

Attention-Getting Introduction

Thesis Statement

Body Paragraphs

Logical Division of Ideas

Thesis Statements for Logical Division of Ideas

Thesis Statement Pitfalls

Transition Signals between Paragraphs

The Concluding Paragraph

Essay Outlining

Review

Writing Practice

Applying What You Have Learned

Reading

Questions

Suggestions for Discussion or Writing

 

Chapter 5: Chronological Order: Process Essays

Thesis Statements for a Process Essay

Transition Signals for Chronological Order

Review

Writing Practice

Applying What You Have Learned

Reading 1

Questions

Suggestions for Discussion or Writing

Reading 2

Questions

Suggestions for Discussion or Writing

 

Chapter 6: Cause/Effect Essays

Organization for Cause/Effect Order

Block Organization

Chain Organization

Cause/Effect Signal Words and Phrases

Cause Signal Words

Effect Signal Words

Review

Writing Practice

Applying What You Have Learned

Reading

Questions

Suggestions for Discussion or Writing

 

Chapter 7: Comparison/Contrast Essays

Organization of Comparison/Contrast Essays

Point-by-Point Organization

Block Organization

Comparison and Contrast Signal Words

Comparison Signal Words

Contrast Signal Words

Review

Writing Practice

Applying What You Have Learned

Reading

Questions

Suggestions for Discussion or Writing

 

Chapter 8 Paraphrase and Summary

Paraphrasing

Plagiarism

Using Paraphrases as Support

Summarizing

Review

 

Chapter 9: Argumentative Essays

Organization of Argumentative Essays

The Introductory Paragraph

Thesis Statement

Review

Writing Practice

Applying What You Have Learned

Topic 1, Reading 1

Questions

Topic 1, Reading 2

Questions

Topic 2, Reading 1

Questions

Topic 2, Reading 2

Questions

 

PART III: SENTENCE STRUCTURE

 

Chapter 10: Types of Sentences

Clauses

Independent Clauses

Dependent Clauses

Kinds of Sentences

Simple Sentence

Compound Sentences

Complex Sentences

Compound-Complex Sentences

Sentence Types and Writing Style

Review

 

Chapter 11: Using Parallel Structures and Fixing Sentence Problems

Parallelism

Parallelism with Coordinators: And, Or, But

Parallelism with Correlative (Paired) Conjunctions

Sentence Problems

Sentence Fragments

Choppy Sentences

Run-On Sentences and Comma Splices

Stringy Sentences

Review

Editing Practice

 

Chapter 12: Noun Clauses

That Clauses

Sentences Beginning with It

Special Verb Tenses in That Clauses

If /Whether Clauses

Question Clauses

Review

Editing Practice

Writing Practice

 

Chapter 13: Adverb Clauses

Kinds of Adverb Clauses

Punctuation of Adverb Clauses

Time Clauses

Place Clauses

Distance, Frequency, and Manner Clauses

Reason Clauses

Result Clauses

Purpose Clauses

Contrast Clauses

Direct Opposition Clauses

Concession (Unexpected Result) Clauses

Conditional Clauses

Review

Editing Practice

Writing Practice

 

Chapter 14: Adjective Clauses

Relative Pronouns and Adverbs

Position of Adjective Clauses

Verb Agreement in Adjective Clauses

Kinds of Adjective Clauses

Relative Pronouns as Subjects

Relative Pronouns as Objects

Possessive Adjective Clauses

Relative Pronouns as Objects of Prepositions

Relative Pronouns in Phrases of Quantity and Quality

Adjective Clauses of Time and Place

Review

Editing Practice

Writing Practice

 

Chapter 15: Participial Phrases

Participles

Participial Phrases

Reduced Adjective Clauses

Position and Punctuation of Participial Phrases

General Form -ing Participial Phrases

General Form -ed Participial Phrases

Perfect Form Participial Phrases

Participial Phrases and Writing Style

Reduced Adverb Clauses

Review

Editing Practice

Writing Practice

 

Appendix A: The Process of Academic Writing

The Writing Process, Step 1: Creating (Prewriting)

The Writing Process, Step 2: Planning (Outlining)

The Writing Process, Step 3: Writing

The Writing Process, Step 4: Polishing

Editing Practice

 

Appendix B: Punctuation Rules

Commas

Semicolons

Colons

Quotation Marks

Editing Practice

 

Appendix C: Charts of Connecting Words and Transition Signals

Coordinating Words

Subordinating Words

Conjunctive Adverbs

Transition Signals

 

Appendix D: Editing Symbols

 

Appendix E: Research and Documentation of Sources

Types of Sources

Evaluating Sources

Documentation of Sources

In-Text Citations

Works-Cited Lists

 

Appendix F: Self-Editing and Peer-Editing Worksheets

Scoring Rubrics

 

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